Florence Broadhurst was simply one of the most fascinating in our history of designers. Murray Wilton looks into an incredible career and reflects on her life with Helen Lennie of Signature Prints.
An Australian campaign to get people to pay attention to their friends and not their phones (called "phubbing" or "phone snubbing") is getting attention in the US and UK. Murray Wilton on the phubbing ban.
Over the weekend, Murray hosted 5 families on a Dubbo Weekend away taking in the Taronga Western Plains Zoo, The Old Dubbo Gaol, the Western Plains Cultural Centre and Sticks and Stones Restaurant. Everyone got there via NSW Train Link.
A new report shows the benefits of letting your kids take risks while playing outside. Murray Wilton takes a look at the research. Do you think too many of our children are spending too much time indoors these days?
What can bricks and mortar stores do in terms of customer service to promote loyalty and stop people shopping online? There are some trick left worth revealing and Murray Wilton has them for local retailers.
Australia has retained its title as the happiest industrialised nation on earth. The OECD Better Life Index has found 84% of Australians are satisfied with their lives. This tops the OECD average of 80%.
Every week Murray Wilton takes a look at the more unusual jobs in the community. One such job is that of Suzan Dickson, Principal of the Open High School that offers classes in languages for distance education.
A team of Australian gardeners have taken top prize at Chelsea Flower Show. Murray Wilton speaks with Phil Johnson who with Wes Flemming and his team have been awarded for their landscape-style design.
Retailers have slammed a decision by the Fair Work Commission not to cut penalty rates for weekend and public holiday work. Murray Wilton looks at the added burden to business weekend penalty rates bring.
Murray Wilton with the Breitling Wingwalkers are a group girls who perform incredible acrobatics on top of vintage-style airplanes while in mid-air. They are doing demonstrations at Bankstown Airport.
Online sales are booming and Australian-based websites are outperforming overseas websites. How do you prefer to shop, instore or online? Murray Wilton looks at the growing rise in local online shopping.
Reports that later this year all lost Super accounts under $2000 will be handed to the Tax Office, does this mean we'll lose our Super? Murray Wilton looks at the changes and what you should do with your money.
Australia Post delivers 1 billion fewer letters than 5 years ago. Does anybody still sit down to write a letter to a friend anymore? Murray Wilton on the changing nature of the postal business in the new digital age.
It was Chad Morgan that sang 'it's oh so merry in a cemetery, reading the inscriptions on the tombstones.' Murray Wilton reveals Friends of Rookwood are conducting tours of the cemetery and revealing its history.
A mansion in Silicon Valley has sold for $117m, a record amount in the US. How do you find a buyer for a house worth tens of millions of dollars? Murray Wilton on some of Sydney's biggest house prices.
Murray Wilton speaks with Robert Price, his bar has a 'no kids' policy so they've been branded 'anti-children'. Is it important to have certain places where adults can enjoy themselves without having kids nearby?
Human Nature are returning in December to do some Christmas shows, after the past 4 years doing a residency in Las Vegas. Two Murrays chat with the fellas and find their time in the states hasn't changed them.
The Two Murrays reveal there has been a 28 per cent increase in the number of elderly people that are being convicted of an offence. Are they shoplifting because of the skyrocketing cost of living in Sydney?
Workers could be putting themselves and others at risk by driving home after a night shift. That's what a Melbourne study has found after putting workers through driving tests. The Two Murrays find out more.
Are there downsides to having only one child? With more families choosing the option, and several who don't get the choice, Two Murrays look at being an only child and if single children are more happier.
Are pre-nuptials standard these days, or only among celebrities? What of the rules of a will overriding any pre-nup? Two Murrays look at the reasons behind having a pre-nup and just who is taking them out.
It's revealed a growing number of families are turning to grandparent for childcare. New figures show parents are saving $88-million a year in fees, with 10% of people over 65 caring for their grandchildren.
One in five Australian workers are dealing with unpredictable hours. Professor Richard Denniss tells The Two Murrays not knowing what time you’ll finish work can lead to pressure on other parts of your life.
Lee Kernaghan has hit the road on the back of releasing one of the hottest albums of all time, Beautiful Noise. He performs a track from the album in our studios with the Wolfe Brothers for 2UE's Two Murrays.